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Research & Impact
Creating technological advances which deliver patient focused results
Our research and researchers have proven clinical and social impact
Six interdisciplinary teams work across our School to achieve our goals
Our facilities, projects & centres ensure we deliver impactful results
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Our undergraduate courses provide a solid introduction into the many ways science and technology are being used in modern clinical practice.
Our master's courses are highly practical, giving students real-world insight into clinical challenges through our work with St Thomas' Hospital and labs across King's.
We run a number of highly acclaimed research training programmes in the medical imaging and medical technologies sectors which support our long-term research projects.
To engineer better health for patients in the UK and worldwide through research and teaching excellence.
We push the limits of technical innovation by breaking down conventional discipline boundaries. Located within a hospital environment, we generate tangible clinical and commercial translation through our stimulating collaborations to achieve the unexpected.
King’s Engineering, composed of our School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences and the Department of Engineering, focuses on interdisciplinary research, innovation, entrepreneurship and impact. Our vision is to foster collaborations and facilitate problem-solving research to address some of the most pressing engineering real-world questions, building a better, more sustainable world to the benefit of society.
The prestigious award, which is granted every two years by the Queen, validates our focus on developing state-of-the-art medical technology based on patient-centric research. This will ultimately lead to improved diagnosis, treatment and patient care. Competition for the Prize is strong and is a mark of high quality education, training and impact on the public.
As a testament to our outstanding educators, researchers and staff, King’s College London has ranked 4th globally for Medical Technologies in the Shanghai Ranking and is also 3rd in the UK for Medical Technology & Bioengineering Education in the Complete University Guide. King's College London has also been ranked 1st in Europe and 3rd in the world for Medical Imaging.
Our research is organised into ambitious, large-scale and long-term research projects supported by…
From students through to senior leadership our researchers participating in public engagement…
The School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences works with a wide range of networks and…
KiTEC is the King's Technology Evaluation Centre (KiTEC).
An innovative three-and-a-half year program in the heart of London.
An interdisciplinary PhD programme in medical imaging to meet the challenges in healthcare.
Improving diagnosis & treatment of people with neurological, cardiovascular conditions & cancer.
Aiming to reduce the number of children who suffer brain damage in the perinatal period.
Diverse research teams training sophisticated AI algorithms to create new healthcare tools.
Provides a clinical service for patients and carries out clinically related research.
This is the facility for the Manufacture of Active Implants and Surgical Instruments.
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Ms Devonshire will represent King’s on the Hypervision Surgical board
16 June 2022
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The system is designed to improve visualisation of immersive medical devices during minimally…
18 May 2022
Medical Robotics students built 2D planar robots from scratch